Lisa Falkenberg Biography
Lisa Falkenberg (Full name: Lisa Dawn Falkenberg) is a skilled American journalist currently working as a columnist at Houston Chronicle magazine. She initially joined the magazine as a state correspondent in 2005, nevertheless, two years later she was upgraded to her current role. Prior to joining Houston Chronicle, she served as a writer for the Associated Press for four years.
Lisa Falkenberg Age
Lisa Falkenberg was born on 12th July 1978, in Seguin, Texas, in the United States. She is 44 years old.
Lisa Falkenberg Height
Lisa stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (approx. 1.65 m).
Lisa Falkenberg Family
Lisa was born and raised under the loving care of her lovely parents Carl Leroy and Connie Sue in Seguin, Texas. She was raised in a family of five along with her older sister named Lorie Ann and younger sister called Holly Sue.
Lisa Falkenberg Husband
She is a divorcee and a proud mother of two pretty children. Before, Lisa was married to Mizanur Rahman an American journalist currently serving at Houston Chronicle. The pair exchanged their wedding vows on June 7, 2008, in Houston, Texas. Nevertheless, the pair developed some issues and she filed for divorce on 8th August 2016. They officially separated on July 5, 2017.
Lisa Falkenberg Education
After attaining her High School Diploma from a local high school, Lisa enrolled at the University of Texas at Austin, where she earned her degree in journalism in 2000.
Lisa Falkenberg Salary
She earns a decent salary of $88,930 annually. This is according to Houston Chronicle columnists’ salaries.
Lisa Falkenberg Net Worth
Lisa Falkenberg has garnered a desirable amount of fortune over the years of his work and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Lisa Falkenberg Career
She is currently working as a columnist for the Houston Chronicle since 2007. She initially joined the magazine as a state correspondent in 2005, nevertheless, two years later she was upgraded to her current role. Prior to joining Houston Chronicle, she served as a writer for the Associated Press for four years.
In 2014, she was named Writer of the year while still working for Associated Press. In 2014, Lisa was nominated by her editor for the Pulitzer Prize for commentary. However, she did not win despite being one of two finalists. Lisa received the Pulitzer Prize for commentary in 2015.